You mention “scripts” in your message. I think it’s important to first point out that SQL Recall does not save F5 script execution, rather F9 Execute/Compile
Statements. If you run a statement in the Editor using F9 (Execute/Compile) or Shift+F9, the statement is automatically added to SQL Recall “History” tab. You can open SQL Recall window by using the F8 key. Once you find your statement in the SQL Recall
window, just double click it to open it back in the Editor.
Another way to add statements to SQL Recall without executing them is from the Editor menu > Add to personal SQL’s and Add to named SQL’s.
Also note there are some options that affect this, check out options > Editor > Code Assist.
From: derek.newton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 7:58 AM
Subject: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] SQL Recall
Thread created by derek.newton
I’m currently on version 12 and the SQL Recall feature doesn’t seem to be working as in prior versions. I seem to remember that Toad would automatically save your script in the recall history
once it was executed… no highlighting the query or clicking any buttons. Even following the current version content instructions, the button that it says to click after selecting your query to save isn’t even activiated or available to use.
Can someone clue me in as to how to get this function working properly again?
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